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A Blueprint is a game element introduced in Asphalt Street Storm Racing and brought over to Asphalt 8: Airborne, Asphalt Xtreme, and Asphalt 9: Legends. It gives the option of obtaining vehicles without directly purchasing them. Blueprints are cards that can be obtained in a variety of ways, though mostly from Boxes. Depending on which vehicle the blueprint is used for, one will have to acquire a certain number of blueprints, after which the player can assemble a vehicle from the blueprints for free, though a waiting period is imposed before the vehicle can be used.

Asphalt 9: Legends Asphalt 9: Legends

Color codes
Card Name
Blueprint uncommon a9.png Uncommon
Blueprint rare a9.png Rare
Blueprint epic a9.png Epic

Blueprints in Asphalt 9 are required to unlock and star up every car. When enough blueprints are collected, the car is unlocked at one star. To star the car up, more blueprints are required. Starring up cars allows more upgrades and Import Parts to be applied, and may also unlock more customization options such as custom colors and body parts.

The player can trade any blueprint they own at any time for Trade Coins, except for cars that have not yet been unlocked - this to prevent players from accidentally trading blueprints for cars in progress of unlocking. Once a car has been fully starred up, any further blueprints are automatically traded for Trade Coins.

The unlocking and star upgrading of every car occurs immediately. If a star up is postponed, the car cannot be used until the star upgrade is executed.

Card overview

There are 85 Blueprint vehicles in the game:






Some cars can only be obtained from events. There are several types of exclusive car events in Asphalt 9: Legends:

  • Exclusive events: Runs for four days, one blueprint guaranteed per day by simply finishing (Rezvani and Cien) or winning the race (Force 1, NEMESIS and Egoista), depending on the car; additional blueprints (or car class-appropriate import parts) available by completing stipulations. These events were repeated every 2 weeks, but has since later changed. Cars available this way are Rezvani Beast X, Cadillac Cien Concept, VLF Force 1 V10, TRION NEMESIS, and Lamborghini Egoista.
  • Unleashed: Runs for ten days, previously preceded by a series of seven-day countdown event where tokens can be collected each day (120 if repeatable four times or 150 if repeatable five times) in order to purchase a blueprint card pack for the car, accompanied with a seven-day contest for owners (originally available at second day of the Unleashed event, later run together with the Unleashed and Trial parts). Cars released this way include Acura NSX (2017), Lamborghini Aventador SV Coupe, Chevrolet Corvette Grand Sport, Lamborghini Egoista, Porsche 918 Spyder, Pagani Huayra BC, and Ferrari J50.
    • Encore events: After a while, Blueprint packs for Unleashed cars may go on sale again. The accompanying Encore event allows owners to obtain Blueprints again to improve their car or to obtain/upgrade another exclusive car. From the Porsche 918 Spyder/Pagani Huayra BC Encore event onwards, the Encore cars (always in pairs) can be driven even if it is not yet owned, with tuning (and thus fuel use) enabled; tunings are carried in case the car is obtained at a later date. Encore events has been mostly replaced with Car Hunts, as former event cars gradually become available in card packs.
    • In February 2019 (the Aventador SV Unleashed re-run), the Countdown event was replaced with Trial, a two-week free trial of the car where several guaranteed Blueprints can be obtained along with tokens. Since then, all three stages of Unleashed events (Trial, Unleashed, Contest) run concurrently together.
  • Special Event: Runs for two to four weeks (depending on the car) and contain a series of challenges (between 11 and 27) which, after being completed, grant blueprints for the car, as well as other rewards. Apart from the featured car, at least three more cars are involved in the event, which can sometimes be unreleased cars whose packs have to be bought with tokens. Some stages may require certain ranks and cannot be played if the player does not have a car above the requested rank. Cars released this way include:
Boss Car/Special Event: Other cars released during the event:
Bugatti Chiron
Koenigsegg Regera
Lamborghini Huracán EVO Spyder


Lamborghini Terzo Millennio
Ferrari LaFerrari Aperta

Koenigsegg Jesko

(Drive Syndicate Event)

McLaren Senna
Zenvo TS1 GT 10th Anniversary Edition
Pininfarina Battista
Rimac C_Two (Drive Syndicate)
Lotus Evija
  • Grand Prix: Runs for one week or two, involves only one car (always with key) where the goal is to competitively play against other players. Consists of up to 3 qualifying stages, where the top 10 of selected 20 players are chosen, and up to 7 final rounds, where 20 qualified drivers set their fastest time to score points to get the highest reward, such as guaranteed key and a special decal.

Asphalt Street Storm Racing Asphalt Street Storm Racing

Color codes
Card Name
Renault Clio R.S. 220 Trophy EDC blueprint as.png Orange
BMW M2 Coupé blueprint as.png Gray
Chevrolet Camaro GS blueprint as.png Green
Porsche 911 GT3 RS blueprint as.png Blue
Bugatti Chiron blueprint as.png Red

In Asphalt Street Storm Racing, blueprints are needed to claim blueprint-only vehicles. Once the required number of blueprints is collected, the vehicles can be unlocked without waiting time.


Blueprints are mainly obtainable through Gift Boxes. Four blueprints can also be obtained as rewards from Seasonal Leagues:

Rarity Mean
sale value
Drop rates
Bronze Gift Box
Silver Gift Box
Gold Gift Box
Bronze Gift Box Silver Gift Box Gold Gift Box
average (%)
Orange 6,000 Cash 7.61 0.00 0.00 4.02
Gray 3,225 Cash 9.01 12.81 0.00 8.45
Green 5,910 Cash 2.91 12.75 0.00 5.21
Blue 12,433 Cash 0.00 7.78 15.31 5.05
Red 21,163 Cash 0.00 0.00 18.03 3.31

The game does not document any concept of rarity for blueprints, but they have different colors. Blueprints of the same color lie within certain sale value ranges (which can overlap), and they also have in common that they generally become rarer the higher the sale value. Besides, some boxes do not grant blueprints of a certain color. The table to the right lists drop rates and sale values for each rarity type, based on data from WikiProject Statistics (5,799 items from the 3 most common boxes since the last changes). All values are self-updating and may change with an increasing sample size.

The Renault Clio R.S. 220 Trophy EDC Blueprint Renault Clio R.S. 220 Trophy EDC Blueprint is special insofar as it is the only blueprint of orange rarity and can only be obtained from Bronze Gift Box Bronze Gift Boxes.

The drop rates in the rightmost column are weighted averages that take into account that players usually open different amounts of Bronze, Silver and Gold Gift Boxes. See Most common boxes for details.

The following blueprints are not listed in any of the box preview screens and are unavailable since the game development has been stopped. The only way to obtain the car would be winning it from another player in a Pink Slip.

Card overview

For a detailed overview of availability, drop rates and sale values of all blueprints, see the item availability matrix.

Asphalt Xtreme Asphalt Xtreme

Color codes
Card Name
Axcard back d.png Class D
Axcard back c.png Class C
Axcard back b.png Class B
Axcard back a.png Class A
Axcard back s.png Class S

Introduced in the Asphalt Xtreme Coachella Update, blueprints are required to obtain and upgrade every car, instead of being purchased. They are found in boxes, replacing the old car parts. The higher the car class, the rarer the blueprint will be.

The unlocking of a car upon completion of blueprints is immediate; however, upgrading a car with its blueprints takes time, except in Special Projects.

Blueprints cannot be sold or discarded in any manner; however, the Nepal Update introduced the Overclock Overclock booster which allows blueprints to be used in exchange for a temporary boost to a car's performance.


Blueprints are mainly obtainable randomly through Boxes, rewarded in Limited-Time Events or can be bought in the Black Market section when offered.

  • The Lynx Mad Cat 2018 Turbo Blueprint Lynx Mad Cat 2018 Turbo Blueprint is not granted by any Boxes but only offered on the Black Market from time to time, which makes the car expensive to obtain and upgrade.
  • The Perlini 105F Red Tiger Blueprint Perlini 105F Red Tiger Blueprint is not granted by Boxes or offered on the Black Market since the car has been taken out of the game for new users. However, it is rewarded for certain Limited-Time Events. This enables players who had the car before the change to obtain blueprints for the Overclock Overclock booster.
  • The only way to obtain Gharial Blueprint Gharial Blueprints is the dedicated Boosted Box (Gharial) Boosted Box (Gharial).

Card overview

For a detailed availability overview of all blueprints, see the item availability matrix.

Asphalt 8: Airborne Asphalt 8: Airborne

Introduced in the Car Blueprints Update and actively used until the Hot Wheels Update, after which most new vehicles reverted back to the old system of being obtainable only via completing its event, a maximum of 3 blueprints are purchasable at any time from Exclusive Deals or obtained randomly from Pro Boxes.

The blueprint depicts a car in front view with the left half of it (where the right headlight is) in a partial wireframe, similar to the promotional ads for the Research & Development events. Blueprints for motorcycles depict the vehicle from the right side with the left half (rear of vehicle) in the same partial wireframe.

Color codes
Card Name
Blueprint car common a8.png Blueprint bike common a8.png Common
Blueprint car rare a8.png Rare
Blueprint car legendary a8.png Blueprint bike legendary a8.png Legendary

As with any other card, Blueprints are distributed randomly, independent of whether a card is useful or not: for instance a BP card can be obtained, even if the player already has the vehicle.

When selecting a Blueprint vehicle in the garage, the top left corner of the screen gains a purple technological underlay, overriding the blue circuitry underlay used for Elite Cars. When the vehicle has finished assembling, the purple underlay disappears, and gets replaced with the circuitry underlay if the car is elite.

When a sufficient number of Blueprints have been obtained, the vehicle can be built for free, but a waiting period will be imposed unless Tokens are paid. The waiting period depends on the vehicle, its class and its BP card rarity (for instance, the Sbarro Sparta takes 16 rare BP cards to be assembled, after which 5 hours must pass until the car is ready to be used, while the McLaren F1 XP-5 needs 20 legendary BP cards and takes 11 hours to be assembled). Waiting periods range from as little as one hour up to 20 hours. During the waiting period, the wireframe pattern runs across the vehicle, even when viewing it in the Garage or accessing the "Coloring" or "View" tabs. The wireframe shows up as either hexagonal patterns or an actual wireframe that runs across the vehicle, including the interior (for some cars). Often, the vehicle gains a brighter color than normal when being assembled. When the vehicle has been completed, the garage will be briefly be covered in the purple technological pattern with new camera angles that differ from when a vehicle is obtained through a purchase or earning the vehicle from an R&D or Enduro Double Down.

Despite the relative difficulty of obtaining Blueprints, it is possible to obtain the blueprints for a vehicle that the player wants without the need of purchasable Blueprint boxes.

A feasible trick prior to the Motorcycles Update is to have a full pro kit inventory of at least 500 slots, and a lot of Super Racer Kit Boxes, Random Box 4s and Champion League Kit Boxes. Try to finish in the Champion League for at least 9 times, and DO NOT open the Champion League Boxes until you have 9 of them. Since relying on Champion League Boxes will take a very long time, while collecting the CLKBs, obtain as many Random Box 4s from Daily Tasks and TLEs. In the meantime, repeatedly purchase the SRKBs (with the inventory having no space to open the boxes) until the player has at least 52 SRKBs. After collecting a sufficient amount of SRKBs, RB4s and CLKBs, clear as much storage as possible (without selling any Engine Cards and wanted Blueprints), then select either box and press "Open X" for that box (with X for the number of boxes to open; try to have X= 52 for SRKBs, X= 100 for RB4s and X= 9 for CLKBs). Keep repeating the process for the SRKBs and RB4s until all blueprints for the vehicle that the player wants are obtained.

As of the Motorcycles Update, the above trick is now obsolete, since the Blueprints with Rare/Legendary rarity can be obtained from fusion boxes by fusing enough cards. Furthermore, as of the Munich Update, boxes granting the player a random blueprint can also be won from Events and later, Car Mastery.

If the player attempts to sell (now fuse as of the Motorcycles Update) a Blueprint card for a vehicle they don't have, the player will be asked for confirmation.

​​For a short time upon their introduction, special events gave BPs as rewards as the player progressed, meaning that it was not necessary to complete the event as long as enough BPs had been collected. However, as of the Hot Wheels Update, these events returned to the older formula, awarding the whole vehicle only after the entire event is completed. This includes reruns of previous events that did give BPs as rewards. If enough Blueprints for an Research & Development or Enduro Double Down vehicle are obtained, and the player begins assembly of the vehicle before completing the event, the event will end, locking out the player from other prizes they have not yet obtained. For Championship and World Tour vehicles, however, the player can continue competing for all prizes and trophies even if the vehicle was assembled prematurely.

As of the Car Blueprints Update, Blueprints have become the only way to unlock new vehicles released after it, with the sole exceptions being the Ferrari GTC4LussoSuzuki GSX-R750Ducati Monster 1200 and MV Agusta F4 1000 R, available for Credits 765,000Credits 30,000​, Credits 100,000​​ and Tokens 2,400, respectively. ​​​​Any vehicle that is not BP-buildable disappears and becomes unavailable once its event ends. Furthermore, prior to the aforementioned update, previous credit/token cars may be changed to BP cars with the release of new updates, without warning (this practice has been stopped as of the Hot Wheels Update).

As of the Asphalt Moments Update, Blueprint cars have ceased to be added to the game, meaning that every vehicle must be unlocked from its event. The only exceptions to this are the McLaren 720S and the aforementioned Agusta. The Audi R8 e-tron Special Edition was also turned into a Blueprint car in the Fifth Anniversary Update.

Unavailable Blueprints

However, starting from December 26th, 2018 with the changes to Exclusive Deals, many Blueprint cars were also made unavailable to obtain outside of their events. As such, all accumulated Blueprints for any of these cars have been rendered useless. 24 cars were affected:

Unavailable Blueprints
Audi R8 e-tron Special Edition
Arrinera Hussarya GT
Aston Martin One-77
BMW M2 Special Edition
Icona Vulcano V12 Hybrid
Lamborghini Aventador LP 750-4 SV
Lamborghini Egoista
Lotus Evora Sport 410
McLaren 570S
McLaren 650S GT3
McLaren 720S
McLaren M14A
McLaren Mercedes MP4-25
McLaren MP4/8
Mercedes-Benz SLK 55 AMG Special Edition
Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren 722 Edition
Mosler Super GT
Peugeot SR1
Porsche 911 GT3 RS
Porsche 918 Spyder with Weissach Package
Porsche 959
Porsche 718 Boxster S
Porsche Cayman GT4
W Motors Fenyr SuperSport

Apart from special events, the only boxes that currently contain these Blueprints are certain time-limited offer boxes that grant one Blueprint for the specific vehicle. The sole exception to this was the Lamborghini Egoista, given that players can still get Blueprints by watching ads (albeit very rarely); this feature was removed by May 30th, 2019.

In addition, the Holden Coupe 60's blueprint status was removed as of the 2019 Spring Update, with the Holden itself being removed from the garage for users who don't own it yet.

The blueprints for the aforementioned 24 vehicles are available again as of the Showdown Update. However, they are purchasable only for tokens in the Exclusive Deals section, and their prices have been doubled. 

Blueprints started leaving the game since the Showdown Update. As of the 2019 Holiday Update, Blueprints no longer exist in the game.

Card overview

There were 63 Blueprint vehicles in the game before 2019 Holiday Update.

Vehicle Rarity Amount
time (h)
A8KawasakiZ800BP.png Kawasaki Z800 Common x4 1 Tokens 145
A8PeugeotRCZRBP.png Peugeot RCZ R Common x8 2 Tokens 195
DS 3 BP.png DS 3 Racing Common x12 2 Tokens 195
A81967ChevroletImpalaBP.png 1967 Chevrolet Impala Common x14 2 Tokens 195
A8Mazda6BP.png Mazda 6 Common x20 2.5 Tokens 214
A8AlfaRomeoGiulietta2016VeloceBP.png Alfa Romeo Giulietta 2016 Veloce Common x25 2 Tokens 195
A8Porsche959BP.png Porsche 959 Common x14 2 Tokens 195
A8AlfaRomeo4CBP.png Alfa Romeo 4C Rare x6 3 Tokens 232

Vehicle Rarity Amount
time (h)
A8KTM1290SuperDukeRBP.png KTM 1290 Super Duke R Common x8 2 Tokens 195
A8CadillacATS-VCoupeBP.png Cadillac ATS-V Coupe Common x25 2 Tokens 195
A8Porsche718BoxsterSBP.png Porsche 718 Boxster S Common x25 2 Tokens 195
BMW M2 BP.png BMW M2 Common x30 2.5 Tokens 214
A8Mercedes-BenzSLK55AMGBP.png Mercedes-Benz SLK 55 AMG Common x30 2 Tokens 195
Vencer Sarthe blueprint a8.png Vencer Sarthe Common x40 5 Tokens 289
A8AC378GTZBP.png AC 378 GT Z Common x30 4 Tokens 262
McLaren M14A blueprint a8.png McLaren M14A Rare x12 4 Tokens 262
A8EDDesignTorqBP.png ED Design Torq Rare x14 5 Tokens 289
A8SbarroSpartaBP.png Sbarro Sparta Rare x16 5 Tokens 289
A8HondaCivicTypeRBP.png Honda Civic Type R Rare x16 5 Tokens 289
A8RenaultAlpineCelebrationBP.png Renault Alpine Celebration Legendary x6 8 Tokens 353

Vehicle Rarity Amount
time (h)
A8YamahaFZ10BP.png Yamaha FZ-10 Common x25 2 Tokens 195
A8ONUKSazanLMBP.png ONUK Sazan LM Common x35 3 Tokens 232
A8PorscheCaymanGT4BP.png Porsche Cayman GT4 Common x35 2 Tokens 195
A8PeugeotSR1BP.png Peugeot SR1 Common x65 3 Tokens 232
A8BMWM2SEBP.png BMW M2 Special Edition Common x70 8 Tokens 353
A8HondaIntegraType-RBP.png Honda Integra Type-R Rare x8 2.5 Tokens 214
A8MaseratiMC12BP.png Maserati MC12 Rare x8 2.5 Tokens 214
A8FerrariF50BP.png Ferrari F50 Rare x16 3 Tokens 232
A8McLarenMP4-8BP.png McLaren MP4/8 Rare x18 5 Tokens 289
A8HoldenCoupe60BP.png Holden Coupe 60 Rare x10 8 Tokens 353
A8BXRBaileyBladeGT1BP.png BXR Bailey Blade GT1 Legendary x8 8 Tokens 353
Lotus Evora Sport 410 blueprint a8.png Lotus Evora Sport 410 Legendary x10 10 Tokens 389

Vehicle Rarity Amount
time (h)
A8MarussiaB2BP.png Marussia B2 Common x10 2 Tokens 195
A8DucatiSupersport SBP.png Ducati SuperSport S Common x25 2 Tokens 195
A8BMWS1000RRBP.png BMW S 1000 RR Common x40 4 Tokens 262
L148 BP.png Lucra L148 Common x35 2.5 Tokens 214
A8Porsche911GT3RSBP.png Porsche 911 GT3 RS Common x45 3 Tokens 232
A8McLaren570SBP.png McLaren 570S Common x55 4 Tokens 262
A8SbarroAlcadorBP.png Sbarro Alcador Common x95 4 Tokens 262
A8BentleyEXP10BP.png Bentley EXP10 Speed 6 Common x100 6 Tokens 312
A8AudiR8etronSEBP.png Audi R8 e-tron Special Edition Common x150 8 Tokens 353
A8ZenvoST1BP.png Zenvo ST1 Rare x14 5 Tokens 289
A8McLaren650SGT3BP.png McLaren 650S GT3 Rare x20 4 Tokens 262
A8McLarenMercedesMP4-25BP.png McLaren Mercedes MP4-25 Rare x30 6 Tokens 312
A8IconaVulcanoV12HybridBP.png Icona Vulcano V12 Hybrid Rare x35 6 Tokens 312
McLaren 720s Blueprint.png McLaren 720S Rare x45 12 Tokens 420
A8AstonMartinOne-77BP.png Aston Martin One-77 Legendary x18 12 Tokens 420
A8Mercedes-BenzSLK55AMGSpecialEditionBP.png Mercedes-Benz SLK 55 AMG Special Edition Legendary x18 8 Tokens 353
A8SINR1BP.png SIN R1 Legendary x18 10 Tokens 389

Vehicle Rarity Amount
time (h)
Lamborghini Huracán blueprint a8.png Lamborghini Huracán Common x145 9 Tokens 371
A8PeugeotOnyxBP.png Peugeot Onyx Rare x20 9 Tokens 371
A8LamborghiniAventadorSVBP.png Lamborghini Aventador LP 750-4 SV Rare x45 12 Tokens 420
Lamborghini Egoista blueprint a8.png Lamborghini Egoista Rare x45 10 Tokens 389
A8Porsche918SpyderwithWeissachPackageBP.png Porsche 918 Spyder with Weissach Package Rare x45 16 Tokens 475
A8Mercedes-BenzSLRMcLaren722EditionBP.png Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren 722 Edition Rare x45 11 Tokens 405
Hayabusa BP.png Suzuki Hayabusa Legendary x10 9 Tokens 371
A8ApriliaTuonoV41100RRmy2017BP.png Aprilia Tuono V4 1100 RR my2017 Legendary xN/A N/A Tokens N/A
A8McLarenF1XP-5BP.png McLaren F1 XP-5 Legendary x20 11 Tokens 405
A8MoslerSuperGTBP.png Mosler Super GT Legendary x18 14 Tokens 449
A8GTbyCITROENBP.png GT by CITROEN Legendary x18 14 Tokens 449
A8FerrariEnzoFerrariBP.png Ferrari Enzo Ferrari Legendary x20 12 Tokens 420
A8WMotorsFenyrSupersportBP.png W Motors Fenyr SuperSport Legendary x20 18 Tokens 500
A8PaganiHuayraBCBP.png Pagani Huayra BC Legendary x20 16 Tokens 475
A8ArrineraHussaryaGTBP.png Arrinera Hussarya GT Legendary x20 20 Tokens 523

Note: The Aprilia Tuono V4 1100 RR was originially supposed to be unlockable with Blueprints. However, this was changed in the Fifth Anniversary Update to be an event only vehicle.

The following time-limited cars currently cannot be unlocked through Blueprints (the 2015 GTA Spano, a VIP-unlockable car, is not included here, neither are the Car Mastery reward cars and the Villain Wheels, a TLE-exclusive car). They are only purchasable with tokens when in the garage for a limited time:

The same situation happens with all vehicles released since the Halloween Update.

Blueprint removal

  • The 2019 Spring Update made the Holden Coupe 60 no longer able to be assembled with Blueprints for non-owners.
  • The aforementioned update also made Blueprints unobtainable from most boxes that are not blueprint-dedicated.
  • The Showdown Update removed the Blueprint requirement for all 8 Class D vehicles that were previously unlockable via Blueprints.
  • The Sixth Anniversary Mini Update removed the Blueprint requirement the following vehicles:
    • McLaren M14A
    • ED Design Torq
    • McLaren MP4/8
    • Lotus Evora Sport 410
    • BMW M2 Special Edition
    • Porsche 911 GT3 RS
    • McLaren Mercedes MP4-25
    • McLaren 650S GT3
    • SIN R1
    • Icona Vulcano V12 Hybrid
    • Mercedes-Benz SLK 55 AMG Special Edition
  • The Sixth Anniversary Update removed the Blueprint requirement for the following vehicles:
    • Honda Civic Type R
    • AC 378 GT Z
    • Mercedes-Benz SLK 55 AMG
    • Cadillac ATS-V Coupe
    • Renault Alpine Celebration
    • Sbarro Sparta
    • Porsche 718 Boxster S
    • KTM 1290 Super Duke R
    • Vencer Sarthe
  • The 2019 Halloween Update removed the Blueprint requirement for the following vehicles:[1]
    • Marussia B2
    • Lucra L148
    • Bentley EXP10 Speed 6
    • McLaren 570S
    • Sbarro Alcador
    • Aston Martin One-77
    • Ducati Supersport S
    • BMW S 1000 RR
    • Audi R8 e-tron Special Edition
    • Zenvo ST1
    • McLaren 720S
    • Maserati MC12
    • Ferrari F50
    • ONUK Sazan LM
    • Peugeot SR1
    • Honda Integra Type-R
    • BXR Bailey Blade GT1
    • Porsche Cayman GT4
    • Yamaha FZ-10
  • The BMW M2 has also been turned into a Token car, either in one of the previous updates or, at the latest, with the 2019 Halloween Update.
  • The 2019 Holiday Update removed the Blueprint requirement for the following vehicles:
    • Arrinera Hussarya GT
    • Ferrari Enzo Ferrari
    • GT by CITROEN
    • Lamborghini Egoista
    • Lamborghini Aventador LP 750-4 SV
    • Lamborghini Huracán
    • McLaren F1 XP-5
    • Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren 722 Edition
    • Mosler Super GT
    • Pagani Huayra BC
    • Peugeot Onyx
    • Porsche 918 Spyder with Weissach Package
    • Suzuki Hayabusa
    • W Motors Fenyr Supersport

Blueprint boxes

BP Boxes are depicted as uniquely-decorated Pro Boxes with a Blueprint theme and silhouettes of the Lamborghini Aventador LP 700-4. The color of the box depends on its rarity:

  • A Common BP Box is blue blue.
  • A Rare BP Box is purple purple.
  • A Legendary BP Box is red red.
  • Boxes containing one random Blueprint are green green.

Boxes to earn:

Beginner BP Box Beginner BP Box † – Last checked: Sep 21, 2019
"1 Random Blueprint Card"
A8BoxInfo.png Common: 72.5 % | Rare: 17.86 % | Legendary: 9.64 %
Availability: Daily Bonus
Advanced BP Box Advanced BP Box † – Last checked: Nov 4, 2019
"1 Random Blueprint Card"
A8BoxInfo.png Common: 67.68 % | Rare: 18.58 % | Legendary: 13.74 %
Availability: Time-Limited Events
Compact Shuffle Box Compact Shuffle Box – Last checked: Apr 26, 2020
"Redraw cards up to 3 times! Grants 4 Common cards!"
A8BoxInfo.png Common: 100 %
Mean value: Fusion Coins 615 per card
Availability: Daily ads
Grants 2 pairs of common rarity: 1 pair of a common blueprint and 1 pair of a common engine, part or tech card. This means that there is a guarantee to get 2 equal common blueprints per box.
Compact Split Box Compact Split Box – Last checked: Apr 26, 2020
"Choose one card from each pair! Grants 4 Common cards!"
A8BoxInfo.png Common: 100 %
Mean value: Fusion Coins 609 per card
Availability: Daily ads
Lets you choose 1 common blueprint card twice and 1 common engine, part or tech card twice. This means that there is a guarantee to get 2 common (probably different) blueprints per box.

Purchasable boxes:

Racer Construction Box Racer Construction Box † (Tokens 825, Tokens 165 per trial) – Last checked: Mar 29, 2019
"Grants 5 random Blueprint cards!"
A8BoxInfo.png Common: 74.06 % | Rare: 18.52 % | Legendary: 7.42 %
Availability: Time-limited offer
Expert Construction Box Expert Construction Box † (Tokens 1,555, Tokens 155.5 per trial) – Last checked: Mar 29, 2019
"Grants 10 random Blueprint cards!"
A8BoxInfo.png Common: 74.06 % | Rare: 18.52 % | Legendary: 7.42 %
Availability: Time-limited offer
Specialist Construction Box Specialist Construction Box †
"Grants 10 Blueprint cards. 3 will be Legendary or Rare!"
A8BoxInfo.png Common: 52.33 % | Rare: 33.61 % | Legendary: 14.06 %
Availability: Time-limited offer
Offered for real money in a package together with the Black Friday Kit Box Black Friday Kit Box in November 2018.
Super Shuffle BP Box Super Shuffle BP Box † (Tokens 1,900, Tokens 237.5 per trial) – Last checked: Apr 5, 2019
"Redraw cards up to 3 times! Grants 8 Blueprint cards, including 2 Rare and 1 Legendary!"
A8BoxInfo.png Common: 62.5 % | Rare: 25 % | Legendary: 12.5 %
Availability: Time-limited offer
Super Split BP Box Super Split BP Box † (Tokens 1,500, Tokens 187.5 per trial) – Last checked: Jun 6, 2019
"Choose one card from each pair! Grants 8 Blueprint cards, including 2 Rare and 1 Legendary!"
A8BoxInfo.png Common: 62.5 % | Rare: 25 % | Legendary: 12.5 %
Availability: Time-limited offer
Special Offer: [Vehicle name] BP Special Offer: [Vehicle name] BP
"Grants 10 cards. 1 will be a Blueprint card for the [vehicle name]!"
This is a random card box with only 1 card being a Blueprint for the specific car. Depending on the rarity of the contained blueprint, it costs Tokens 1,850 (Legendary), Tokens 1,125 (Rare), or Tokens 950 (Common).
  • D-S Class Construction Box – 5 Blueprint cards for that specific class

Enduro Double Down:

These are only for the Porsche 918 Spyder with Weissach Package's EDD event. When the event was revived in November 2018, no Blueprint boxes could be earned; the car was only given as a whole at the end.

  • EDD Rookie BP Box – 10 Porsche BP, at least 1 will be Porsche 918 Spyder with Weissach Package BP
  • EDD Advanced BP Box – 35 Porsche BP, at least 2 will be Porsche 918 Spyder with Weissach Package BP
  • EDD Professional BP Box – 12 BP cards for Porsche 918 Spyder with Weissach Package

See also


  1. Pepper from Gameloft (2019-10-24). Re: Blueprints leaving the game!. Gameloft Forums. Retrieved on 2019-10-24.


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